What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
BRITAINS CHANGING ROLE IN THE WORLD
INFLUENCES ON POLICY FORMATION
POLICY OBJECTIVES IN BRITAINS RELATIONS WITH
1 other sections not shown
1rank Africa agriculture aid budget aid programme areas arguments balance of payments benefits Brazil Britain British aid British exports British government British interests capital Comecon commercial commodity Commonwealth companies concern Conservative costs debt decline Department developing countries dirigiste effect eurodollar example exchange control financing firms growth industrial industrialising industrialising countries influence investment in developing invisible earnings involved issues Judith Hart ldcs less Lome Convention mainly major Malaysia manufacturing markets ment million Ministers Ministry national interest negotiations Nigeria non-oil north-south OECD official OPEC overall Overseas Development Overseas Development Institute overseas investment particular Party political position priority problems questions raw material recent relations with developing relative role sectors Select Committee share Source strategic substantial substitute sugar Table textiles third world Total Trade and Aid trade with developing Treasury UK banks UK exporters UNCTAD Western countries Zambia